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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Montana news. — 6 September 1906

MONTANANEWS, HELKNA, MONTANA. I NURSERYRHYMES^By D. K. Young Tenlittle children working in a mine,^One was blown up in the air, then therewere nine.^Mine little children through the fac^^tory gate, Onewas caught in the machine, then therewere eight.^Eight little children in the awoat shop heaven, Onoof, them pined away, then there wersseven.^8even little children orphans in a fix,^One of them starved to death, then therewere six.^8ix little children in the glass works strive, Afterthe explosion there were only^five. Five little children in a deparment^store, Onegot consumption, then there were^four. Fourlittle children go to work in glee,^Trolley killed one of them, then there werethree.^Three little children in the mill did^stew, Onecaught pneumonia, then there were^two. Twolittle children all the apindles run,^One inhaled cotton dust, then there^was one. Onelittle child forlorn skipped a day^for fun, Buthe was soon put in jail, then there werenone.^^Suffer little children to come ...

Publication Title: Montana News
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Montana, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Montana news. — 6 September 1906

MONTANANEWS, HELENA, MONTANA. State Departments Ifthe Socialist campaign is to be effective the voters at^large must know of what we are doing. The only way for them^to know this is through a socialist paper. Each local should^take weekly bundles of the News. Montana should quickly^be sown knee deep with the Socialist paper. From now until^after election bundles w ill be sent at the rate of $1.00 for ten^copies per week, $10.00 would give 100 copies per week. Think^how this would help the campaign at both ends. You caa't^get results without spending money. It takes money to pay^the labor. DOSOMETHING AND DO IT NOW! HanePrevoat of Helen* local orders^^ bundle of ten ^News^ till after^^lection. ComradeThetge of Helena got a^baneh of tub carda to rope ia the an-^regenerate. Comrade Aaksl Midway of Or eat Fall*encloses $2.50 for a bunch of 5^sub cards. They are good things to^have on hand to sell when you have^public meetings. ComradeHeep from College precinct,^ten miles north of Helena...

Publication Title: Montana News
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Montana, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Montana news. — 13 September 1906

etatoHistorical u Votefor the Party^of Your Claa* MONTANANEWS OWNEDAND PUBLISHED BY THE SOCIALIST PARTY OF MONTANA Abolishthe Capi^^talist System VOL.IV. HELENA,MONTANA, THURSDAY. SEPTEMBER 18 1906. NO.SO ShoshoneCounty Ticket IdahoConvention Records Its Belief^That Moyer, Haywood and Petti-^bone Are Innocent JOHNHUDSON FOR CONGRESS State,senator, D. C. Coates. news^^paper man, Wallace. Representativeto state legislature,^George L. Cloud, machinist, Wallace;^William K. Staehc, barber, Wallace;^Daniel C. Hudson, painter, Mullan, anil^Peter O. Hwanson, cnr|^cnter, Wallace. Clerkof district court, Louis Wic-^dorhouff, jeweler, Wallace. Countycommissioners: First dis-^trict, O. K. Anderson, carpenter, Burke:^Second district, Frank B. Gibson,^rancher, Kingston; Third district, John^W. Class, miner, Wallace. 8horiff,.lames Doyle, miner. Wallace. Countytreasurer, D. H. l'ifer, bar^^ber, Wallace. Probatejudge, Ccorge M. Turner,^^niner, Wallace. Countysuperintendent of public in^^struction, ...

Publication Title: Montana News
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Montana, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Montana news. — 13 September 1906

MONTANA S,HELENA, MONTANA. THEMONTANA NEWS. rn*dand Published by tha Socialist^Party sf ar^^ana. issiep wkkkly. OFFICEaa PARK AVI. P. O. BOX 908 attha Poat Office tot traaaa.aeioa^through thr mail at ascoad claaa rate*. A.aT*rtiia^ Ram ma^1r knowa ^^^ti^a at thi^ otic*. spss'^^' Alarm*all MBBMlMlM sad make^sewer naval \i..nun^N^wa all Dtm-todTm thr UMl Quorum of thr Siair^Ittee. , BusinessManager. James D. Graham.^Stnwta Secretary. IDACROUCH-HAZLETT^Editor SUBSCRIPTIONS. OarTear Ii MoaUa Twoornt^ per cop^ n JtattoaalHraJn^retarr. R 1St.. Caesar*. DL. propagandaof the movement has here^^tofore depended. Persons who get a littleidea of the displacement of a^private capitalist class in the interest^of the working clsss, rush to the stump^with what they call ^economic^ teach^^ing. They know nothing of the psy^^chology of the human mind by which^they might methodise their instructions^with a view to getting the best re^^sults. In most cases they are devoid^of the power of organization or...

Publication Title: Montana News
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Montana news. — 13 September 1906

MONTANANEWS, HELKNA, MONTANA. I HOWabout IT Haveyou heard tho latest out I^Just take off your bat and ibout,^'Give three cheers for this groat Nation,^^At last the Labor Federation^Awako to the situation^^They did it. Theyaay go into polities,^And our enemies we'll fix;^Just before election day^We will make them come and aay^With ua that they will always stay^^And they will say it. Whenin office they get there,^Will they say we are unfair,^And on passes will they ride,^With some boodle on tho side,^And with millionaires abide^^Will they do itt Forthe workers they will fight.^And not a penny there in sightf^Will they take a bribe an ) say,^If we get caught we Ml have to stay^In bankers' row across the way^^Perhaps a dayf Now,brothers, it is understood^That both old parties are no good;^That is why the Federation^Gave out that valued information;^Will we grasp the situation^^Well we do itf Thereis a party that has been^For years composed of union men,^And to vote a ballot right,^Just ...

Publication Title: Montana News
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Montana, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Montana news. — 13 September 1906

MONTANANEWS, HELENA, MONTANA. N State Departments Ifthe 5ociali*t campaign it to be effective the voters at^large must know of what we are doing. The only way for them^to know this !^ through a socialist paper. Each local should^take weekly bundles of the News. Montana should quickly^bo sown knee deep with the Socialist paper. From now until^after election bundles will be sent at the rate of $1.00 for ten^copies per week, $10.00 would glva 100 copies per week. Think^how this would help the campaign at both ends. You can't^get results without spending money. It takes money to pay^the labor. DOSOMETHING AND DO IT NOW! ComradeSchoefer of Butte sends in^to renew his ubscription. Acomrade from Whitehall sends in^a elub of 6 for Montana Newt. He is^first to respond to the call for clubs of^six from a hundred picked workers. Theunion constitutions and job work^that have been coming into this office^^ince the conventions keep all hands^at a pretty lively pace. Our bill for^labor last week w...

Publication Title: Montana News
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Montana, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Montana news. — 20 September 1906

Votefor the Party^of Your Class MONTANANEWS. OWNEDAND PUBLISHED BY THE SOCIALIST PARTY OF MONTANA Abolishthe Capi^^talist System VOL.IV.. HKLKNA,MONTANA, THURSDAY. SEPTEMBER 20 IMC NO.51. Cascade Socialists InspirePiute Office Grabbers With^Fear and Wrath^Outside Pre^^cincts Canvassed SOCIALISTALDERMAN KICKS HARD Thefarmer'b picnic at the Conrad^Hall, five miles south of Great Falls,^Sept. 15, was a great success in spite^of the adverse weather. A crowd was^present of between 175 and 200. Mr.^Jones was mashull of the day. A great^deal of interest was taken in the sports^in the afternoon, which consisted of^numerous foot races, wheelbarrow and^potato races, for which generous prizes^were given. In the evening County^Attorney Green, who apparently came^there to do some campaign work, made^one of his eloquent speeches in which^he said the farmers should call the at^^tention of the state legislature to the^fact that their roads were in bad con^^dition, and advised the farmer's boys^to s...

Publication Title: Montana News
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Montana, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Montana news. — 20 September 1906

MONTANA HELENA,MONTANA. THEMONTANA NEWS. Aderti^ini Rate* made knowa upon applica^^tion at this office. Addreaaall communicatioaa and make all^' payable to the Montana Newa. Directedby the Local Qnoram of the State^mlttee. BualnaaaManager, James D. Graham.^Stitte Secrete^ry. REPUBLICAN PAPERS AND THB^EIGHT HOUR LAW. Judgingby the way the republican^papers throughout the state are rushing^to the defence of Judge Henry's de-^sion on the eight hour law one would^bo led to believe that the republican^party is afraid that labor might retal^^iate H election day. Inpast years as well as at present^the repububa have always gone into the^ampaign with an eight hour whoop.^And it seems to be rather painful to^hem ^t this time that a republican^tnljfo declared the law ineffective. Thelatest paper to extol the virtues^of Judge Henry is the Livingston ^En-^crpriso,^ which it does in a column IDACROUCH HAZLCIT^Editor Labor,because the delegates to the SUBSCRIPTIONS! OneYearfl.no isMonths 50c Twore...

Publication Title: Montana News
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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Montana news. — 20 September 1906

MONTANANEWS, HELENA, MONTANA. 3 BONOOF THE SOULS THAT FAILED Wecome from the war ewept valleys,^Where the strong ranks clash in might, Wherethe broken roar-guard rallies^For its last and losing fight; Fromthe roaring streets and highways,^Where tho mad crowds move abreast, Wecome to tho wooded byways,^To cover our grief and rest. Whenwe hear tho plaudits thunder, Andthrill to the victors' shout,^We envy them not, nor wonder Atthe fate that cast us out;^For we heed one music only, Thesweet, far Voice that calls^To the dauntless soul and lonely Whofights to the end and falls. Wecome^outworn and weary Theunnamed host of life;^Long was our march and dreary, Fruitlessand long our strife,^Out from the dust and the riot Fromthe lost, yet glorious quest,^We come to the vales of quiet, Tocover our grief and rest. Marion Couthouy Smith. INTHE FIELD. IDAHO. Tourof National Organizer Ooebel. Geo.H. Ooebel is to work in north^^ern Idaho until election day, giving^perhaps two or three days to clo...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Montana news. — 20 September 1906

MONTANANEWS, HELENA, MONTANA. s.State Departments Ifi he Socialist campaign is to be effective the voters at^large must know of what we are doing- The only way for them^to know this Is through a socialist paper. Each local should^take weekly bundles of the News. Montana should quickly^be sown knee deep with the Socialist paper. From now until^after election bundles will be sent at the rate of $1.00 for ten^copies per week, $10.00 would give 100 copies per week. Think^how this would help the campaign at both ends. You can't^get results without spending, money. It takes money to pay^the labor. DOSOMETHING AND DO IT NOW! TheSocialists of every county where a ticket is being run^will please send list of candidates to the News office that we^may keep the names standing. Shelbysends in two more subs, and^orders some more sub cards. It '^ a^caution th^^ way that Great Falls liat^is being apread all over creation. Theoffice has printed 50 campaign^cards for J. W. Nelson of Moore, so^^cialis...

Publication Title: Montana News
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Country/State of Publication: Montana, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Montana news. — 27 September 1906

tUtoIXi'alorteAl LJb Votefor the Party^of Your CUuw MONTANANEWS. OWNEDAND PUBLISHED BY THE SOCIALIST PARTY Of MONTANA Abolishthe Capi^^talist System VOL.IV. HELENA,MONTANA, THURSDAY, SEPTEMBER 27 1906. NO.52 CARBONCOUNTY TICKET Thesocialists of Carbon county held^S routing mass convention Sept. 10,^and placed a full ticket in the field.^It wae the largest convention of the^party in the history of the local so^^cialist movement. The local papers^give extended account* of the matter^and state that harmony and enthusiasm^prevailed. One of the members re^^ports it as the largest, most enthusi^^astic and most class-conscious conven^^tion that they have ever held. A^total of 64 votes was cast. David Lay,^^hairman of the county central com^^mittee, presided over the convention,^with Alderman Wallace F. Hayworth^at secretary. Onmotion of Oeorge W. Burke three^committees of five each were appoint^^ed on membership, on permanent or^^ganization and order of business and^on platform and resolut...

Publication Title: Montana News
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Country/State of Publication: Montana, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Montana news. — 27 September 1906

2 MONTANAHKWB, HELENA, MONTANA. THEMONTANA NEWS. ndPvibltshod by tha Socialist^Pa r^y a/ entiM. issuedweekly. orrici22 park ave. p. o. box 908 tutoredat Ik* Poat Offlca for tr*^aia.aalon^through the mail at aecoad ctaaa rataa. AdvcrtimngRatf* made kaowa apoa applies-^tioa at thia once. Addressall communlcationa and make all^^Mar parable to tbe Montana Newa. Otrectedby the Local Oaoram of the State^atittea. aaMan* gar. Jam** D. Crah am.^Sltvta Set r^tr^rv IDACROVCH HAZLETT^Editor SUBSCRIPTIONS! OaaYearSJ.oo SixMontba 50c Twocent* per copy in bundlea np to 5(10 NationalHeadquarter*. Mahlon Harden. Sec-^retarj. Room 300-302. Boylaton Hid*.. Dear-^bora St., Chicago. III. StateBeadquartera, Jaa. D. Graham. Secre^^tary, 22 Park Arenue. Helena. Mont. StateSocialist Ticket FORCONGRESS^ JOHNHUDSON of Carbon County FoRASSOCIATE JUSTICE OK^THE SUPREME COURT IIL. MAURY of Butte POINTERS. Therepublican primaries were a frost^Two hundred 0. O. P men only came^^a TwentjT-fivepercemt of those out^w...

Publication Title: Montana News
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Country/State of Publication: Montana, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Montana news. — 27 September 1906

MONTANANEWS, HELKNA, MONTANA. / WHEREDAISY SLEEPS. Tomother: Sweetest to us of all^the nartb. We called her ^Daisy.^-^Eugene V. Deba. Thegraaa grows green^Where Daily aleepa,^The mulberry tree its vigil keeps^Where Daisy aleepa. Thewind blowa soft WhereDaisy aleepa; Themodest, blue-eyed violet peeps WhereDaisy aleeps. Thebirds sing aweet WhereDaisy aleeps; Themournful willow bends and weeps WhereDaisy sleeps. Thesun shines bright WhereDaisy Sleepa; Knchchanging season sows an4 reaps WhereDaisy sleeps. Theflowers bloom fair WhereDaisy sleeps; Theevening shadow softly creeps WhereDaisy sleeps; Ourhearts beat true WhereDaisy sleeps; Andlove its watch for ever keep* WhereDaisy aleeps. INTHE FIELD. Datesof National Organizer Ooe-^bel: Wallace,Idaho Sept. 22 Buxkn,'Idaho Sept. 23 lem,Idaho Sept. 24 Murray,Idaho Sept. 25 Wallace,Idaho Sept. 26 Oaborn,Idaho Sept. 27 Wardner,Idaho Sept. 28 8ilverKing, IdahoSept. 29 Kingston,Idaho Sept. 30 Cataldo,Idaho Oct. 1 I.a ii.'. Idaho Oct. 2 Harrison,...

Publication Title: Montana News
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Montana, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Montana news. — 27 September 1906

MONTANANEWS, HELENA, MONTANA. State Departments ComradeBjorneby of Kalispell sends^t $0 for due stamps. LocalHelena has elected Comrade^Prevost aa state committeeman. LocalButte sends in $6.60 on the^old Montana News debt. Boltlocal No. 2, Finnish branch,^son(1b in $3.60 for due stamps for June,^July and August. Thesocialists of Silver Bow county^^eld their convention on the 10th and^aominated a full ticket. LocalButte sends in $6 on the old^debt. This brings the Butte debt^down to $20.65. ComradeHome writes that he is^quite proud of the platform since he^has seen it in print. ComradeLloyd Leith, who has been^the secretary of Local Havre, has been^In town a few days. He is a machinist^and you don't have to tell him where^the interest of the working class lies. ComradeConway came in from the^hills a few days ago and left $8.55^for the cause of liberty; $2 wage fund;^$2.55 dues till the end of the year^1907; sub cards $2; press fund $2. Anotherbunch of subs from South^Butte from a bra...

Publication Title: Montana News
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Montana, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Montana news. — 4 October 1906

Votefor the Party^of Your Claa* MONTANANEWS. OWNEDAND PUBLISHED BY THE SOCIALIST PARTY or MONTANA Abolishthe Capi^^talist System VOL.IV. HELENA,MONTANA, THURSDAY. OCTOBER 4 11*06. NO.II MADISONCOUNTY TICKET TheSocialist party of Madison City,^in convention assembled, this 25th day^of September, 1906, submit to the vot^^ers of Madison County the following: Whereas,The industrial conditions^are such that by legalized and also by^lawless acts on the part of those own^^ing or controlling dominant factors in^the production of those things necessary^to life, education and pleasure, all of^the people, whether rich in this world's^goods or poverty-stricken, are, through^the fear of want or the selfish teach^^ings of capitalism, deprived of the^opportunity to live under those condi^^tions which would develop those quali^^ties of mind and body which are the^admiration and hope of all clean-mind^^ed persons. Whereas,The Republican and the^Democratic parties are again before us^with the same ol...

Publication Title: Montana News
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Montana, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Montana news. — 4 October 1906

MONTANA *,HELENA, JtONTANA. THKMONTANA NEWS. EFFICIENCYIN MANAGEMENT. Ownwlnnd Published by the Socialist^Party*/ ^rttsna. ISSUEDWEEKLY. OFFICE2 2 PARK AVE. P. O. BOX 908 Cateredat tbe Poet Offic-r for traneia.Mion^through the mail at second class rates. AdvertisingRates made knowa upon applica^^tion at tins office. Addressall communications and make all^^one^ payable to the Montana News. Directedby the lyocal Ouoram of the State^Committee. BusinessManager. James D. Graham.^Stewte Secrete.rv. IDACBOVCH HAZLETT^Editor SUBSCRIPTIONS1 OneYearSI.00 IsMonths 50c Twocents per copy in bundles np to 500 NationalHeadquarters. Mahlon Barnes. Sec^ratary. Room 300-302. Boylstoa Hide.. Dear^torn St., Chicago. 111. StateHeadquarters, J as. D. Graham. Secre^^tary, 22 Park Avenue. Helena. Mont. StateSocialist Ticket FORCONGRESS-^JOHN HUDSON of Carbon County FoRASSOCIATE JUSTICE OF^THE SUPREME COURT H.L MAURY of Butte CHALLENGEPLUTE SOPHISTS. TheSocialists of Livingston ohallenped^the Kepiililiean c...

Publication Title: Montana News
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Montana, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Montana news. — 4 October 1906

MONTANANEWS, HELENA, MONTANA. MENOF ENGLAND. PercyByshe Shelley.^Children of toil, wherefore plough^For the lords who lay ye low!^Wherefore weave with toil and care^The rich robes your tyrant* wearT Whereforefeed, and clothe, and eave.^From the cradle to the grave^Those ungrateful drones who would^Drain your sweat^nay, drink your^blood Whereforebees of England forge^Many a wear on, chain and scourge;^That those stingless drones may spoil^The forced product of your toil Haveyou leisure, comfort, calm,^Shelter, food, love's gentle balm ^^^ ^r what is it ye bvy so dear^With your pain and your fear Theseed you sow. another reaps;^The wealth ye find, another keeps:^The robes ye weave, another wears;^The arms ye forge, another beara. Sowseed, but let no tyrant reap;^Find wealth let no imposter heap;^Weave robes let not the idle wear;^Forge arms in your defense to bear. TheSocialists have tickets in the field^in 34 state*. Kansushas organized 14 new locals in^the last month. Theofficial re...

Publication Title: Montana News
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Montana, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Montana news. — 4 October 1906

MONTANAMIW8, HELENA, MONTANA. State Departments ComradeMiller of Havre sends in 6^subs. CtomradsMartel) of Had Lodge send* 25cent* for membership oard*. Qoebelreports a good meeting at^Burke, Idaho, with a collection of $17. Kooneywrite* on the 26th that he put^$3 in the bank for sub cards, making^130 in all that day. (ilealFalls Industrial I'nion N'o. 308^*end^ in #5 for as many copies of the^News as it will pay for for three months. Acomrade from Cascade county sends^in 100 cash for the equipment fund. A^few more such and something definite^could be done without incurring large^and risky responsibilities. TheNews has printed 500 campaign^cards for Comrade tieorge Wesleder,^candidate for sheriff of Cascade county.^The comrades there are putting up a^most vigorous campaign. ComradeKooney writes that Local^|j\ing*ton has placed in the bank to^the credit of the secretary $18 on the^day's wage fund, and 19 more for^stamps. ^We had a fine night Saturday-^night, and a rousing good crowd^...

Publication Title: Montana News
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Montana, United States
Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — Montana news. — 4 October 1906

MONTANANEWS, HELENA, MONTANA. CascadeCo. Socialists InspireCapitalist Office Grabbers with^Fear and Wrath^Outside Pre^^cincts Being Canvassed. MontanaCampaign Mrs.Hazlett's Report. TheSocialists of Cascade County ac^^complished another coup d'etat (Saturday,^Sept. 15. hy blocking the little game^of the office seekers out in the country^precincts. The farmer* of the Meisen^^bach country were giving a great festi^^val, picnic and dance at Frank's ball,^About twenty milea aouth of Great Falla.^The Social iata got the word that the^leggers for the grafters were going to^be out there, and they took a tumble^and thought they would do a little visit^^ing themselves. They aent word to Mra.^Haztett, who went up to the Falla Fri^^day afternoon. Early Saturday morning,^at 6 o'clock, a load of Socialiata started^for the picnic grounds. It waa raining^ami the roads were heavy, but that did^not dampen the spirits of those who were^determined that the grafter's government^ahotild no longer dominat...

Publication Title: Montana News
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Montana, United States
Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — Montana news. — 4 October 1906

MONTANANEWS, HKLKNA, MONTANA. Fora Greater Montana News Doyou want an eight page ^MONTANA NEWS^^ We will know your answer by the number of subscribers yousend in. MontanaNeWS Weekly, $L per year, in Clubs 50 Cts per year MentsxneNews, Helena, Mont Agent FromWashington. Tacoma,Wash.. Sept. 17, 1906. Klicitatcounty socialists show signs^*f life. They are to hold acounty con^^vention in that county in the near fu-^hare. Tbey stand for the abolition of^private ownership of the means of^wealth production. ComradeA. T. Higby of Lyle, is the^pioneer Socialist of that region and he^report* that he is leading a strenuous^ftfe. Reportsreach this office that en^^thusiastic rneeings are bing held in all^parts of the state. Twomore locals were granted char^^ters at the last meeting of the state^executive committee and there are two^saore applications now on file. Peoplebegin to see that if the world^were full of enthusiastsic Socialists^were full of enthusiastic Socialists^organization. OneSocia...

Publication Title: Montana News
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